Class D definition

Class D. Class E," "Class F," "Class G," "Class H," "Class J," "Class K," "Class L," "Class M," "Class N," "Class O," "Class P," "Class R-I," "Class R-II" and "Class R-III" respectively, on the face thereof, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibits.
Class D means a passenger ship engaged on domestic voyages in sea areas where the probability of exceeding 1.5 m significant wave height is smaller than 10 % over a one-year period for all-year-round operation, or over a specific restricted period of the year for operation exclusively in such period (e.g. summer period operation), in the course of which it is at no time more than 6 miles from a place of refuge, nor more than 3 miles from the line of coast, where shipwrecked persons can land, corresponding to the medium tide height.
Class D means Shares that are available to certain investors in the European Fund, UK Select Fund and UK Equity Income Fund.

Examples of Class D in a sentence

  • The Commission seeks to amend Section 73.509(b) of its rules—which sets out signal strength contour overlap requirements for NCE FM Class D stations—to harmonize its requirements with the standard applied to all other NCE FM stations.

  • The FCC would replace the existing Class D requirement with the otherwise universal 100 dBu contour overlap standard for second-adjacent channels.

  • The FCC says it expects that the change will provide Class D stations greater site selection flexibility as well as the opportunity to potentially increase their coverage areas.

  • Class A products are low risk, Class B products are low-moderate risk, Class C products are moderate-high risk, and Class D products are high risk.The ACTD for Pharmaceuticals for human use, which was implemented in 2015, aimed to serve as a harmonised guideline for pharmaceutical product registrations in ASEAN countries.

  • Measurement Class D charges apply to Exit Points deemed to be suitable as Unmetered Supplies as permitted in the Electricity (Unmetered Supply) Regulations 2001 (The Electricity (Unmetered Supply) Regulations 2001 available from http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2001/3263/made) and where operated in accordance with BSC procedure 520 (Balancing and Settlement Code Procedures on unmetered supplies and available from http://www.elexon.co.uk/pages/bscps.aspx).


More Definitions of Class D

Class D means Shares that are available to certain investors in the UK Index Linked Fund.
Class D shares. The shares of each Sub-Trust and classes thereof and any shares of any further Sub-Trusts and classes thereof that may from time to time be established and designated by the Trustees shall (unless the Trustees otherwise determine with respect to some further Sub-Trust or class a the time of establishing and designating the same) have the following relative rights and preferences:". The undersigned hereby certify that the Amendment set forth above has been duly adopted in accordance with the provisions of the Master Trust Agreement.
Class D means a class having a range of clearance half-times of less than 10 days. (aa) “Class W” means a class having a range of clearance half-times of 10 to 100 days.
Class D means, when combined with any other capitalized term defined in this Agreement, of or relating to the Class D Certificates.
Class D. Class E”, “Class F”, “Class G”, “Class H”, “Class V” and “Class R”, respectively, on the face thereof, in substantially the forms attached hereto as Exhibits A-1 to A-20.
Class D. Class E," "Class F," "Class G," "Class H," "Class J," "Class K," "Class L," "Class R-I," "Class R-II," and "Class R-III," respectively, on the faces thereof, in substantially the forms attached hereto as Exhibits A-1 through A-16 hereof.
Class D means a license for a single individual operating as an investigations company with no other employees who are required to be licensed or credentialed under this chapter;